Scott Carcaise made his first varsity pitching start for

Bishop Eustace

in the championship game of yesterday's Russ Spicer Baseball Tournament at Haddonfield, and the freshman came through with an impressive 11-0 shutout of

Winslow Township


Carcaise carried the Crusaders (10-2) to the title by striking out nine Eagles (9-3), walking one and throwing a four-hitter.

Kevin Stephens led Eustace's 13-hit offense with a double and a triple. Stephens also doubled in a 14-0 semifinal shutout of Overbrook in which Kevin Casey hurled a five-strikeout, three-hit shutout.

Haddonfield won the consolation game, 5-1, against Overbrook with RBI triples from Matt Kirchner and Keigh Hurley.

In the other semifinal, Winslow Township sophomore Chris Maul threw a 10-0 no-hitter in six innings against Haddonfield, missing a perfect game on a fourth-inning error.

Joe Lang Classic. Cherry Hill East captured the second annual tournament with a 7-3 title-game success against host Pitman. Tournament MVP Ryan Martin went 2 for 4 and drove in two runs in support of winning pitcher Pat Thompson.

Martin also pitched the Cougars' 10-4 semifinal win over Clearview. Pitman reached the final with a 3-1 semifinal win over Woodbury that was highlighted by Gene Reid's pitching and Steve Weick's game-winning RBI double.

Clearview came back with an 8-1 consolation victory against Woodbury as freshman Shane Taylor, who had pitched three innings all season, threw a complete game in his first varsity start with seven strikeouts.

Summerville-Quiznos Classic. Colin Zarrilli capped a three-run fifth inning by singling in the game-winning run and went home with the MVP trophy as Deptford edged host Eastern, 4-3, in the championship game. The Spartans used three singles and two walks to get three runs in the fifth, including a tying RBI hit by Shawn Mantici.

Deptford beat Hammonton, 18-8, in the first round as Ricky Rodgers went 3 for 6 with a triple and six RBIs.

Hammonton won the consolation game, 14-4, over Atlantic City with two hits each by Mike Fichetola (three RBIs) and Andrew Hartman (two RBIs), and Wes Sweet had a single, double and triple for Eastern in a 10-0 semifinal win over Atlantic City.

Al Hedelt Tournament. The six-team event at Oakcrest ended with Holy Spirit's 14-6 championship win over Buena. Shortstop Dan DiBartolomeo, who this week signed a letter of intent to attend West Virginia, had a two-run double and a grand slam, and Mike Blee had three hits.

Tri-County. Dave Sharp and Sean Sheffield (3 for 4) each hit three-run homers, and winning pitcher Joe Weaver added a two-run shot to fuel Salem's 11-6 triumph at Woodstown.

Burlington County. Northern Burlington's Dan Agos and Rancocas Valley's Gary Naylor each pitched eight-inning complete games, but Agos got the 3-2 win to keep the visiting Greyhounds in first place in the Liberty Division. Keith Miccio singled in the winning run in the eighth.

Cape-Atlantic. Conner Ortlorf secured his first pitching win by leading Ocean City past host Lower Cape May, 15-9. Vinny Murphy went 4 for 4 with two doubles, a three-run homer and four RBIs.

Nonleague. Cherokee (11-2) suffered its second straight loss, 2-1, at unbeaten Steinert (11-0), which ended the game with a two-out RBI single in the bottom of the seventh. Cherokee's Chris Leitz, Nick Allen and Alex Pratcher each had a double.

Shawnee rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh on John Hydock's RBI single and Anthony Sellito's game-winning single with the bases loaded to beat visiting Pemberton, 3-2.

Alexi Colon slugged home runs in each of the last two innings for five RBIs, putting the finishing touches on St. Augustine's 12-6 win at Lenape.

The only blemish on Mike Cox's pitching line was a leadoff double in the fourth inning as the Cherry Hill West pitcher dominated a 13-0 five-inning one-hitter with nine strikeouts over visiting Gateway. Drew Schneider went 3 for 3 with two RBIs.

Gloucester returned from Cooperstown, N.Y., with a 6-4 victory over Shaker (N.Y.). Winning pitcher Matt DiNardo doubled in a run, and James Nelson poked three hits.